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Barrel of oil and petrol prices fall in October, whilst Diesel remains unchanged – AA Fuel report

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Although petrol prices have fallen slightly over the past month, the average cost remains within 3p of the record high set in May.

Diesel costs that have barely moved since the first week of September are similarly close to the all-time peak. A 10 cent drop in the value of the pound against the dollar has negated most of the benefit of Brent crude oil falling around $15 a barrel since hitting $126 at the start of the summer. Oil barrel price: $110.

Unleaded prices have fallen by 1.1ppl from 135.6ppl to 134.5ppl. Diesel prices have remained unchanged at 139.6ppl. The price difference between unleaded and diesel has risen to 5.1ppl.

London recorded the highest price for unleaded at 135.6ppl. Yorkshire and Humberside recorded the lowest price for unleaded at 133.7ppl. Northern Ireland and London recorded the highest diesel price at 140.2ppl. Yorkshire and Humberside have the cheapest diesel at 138.9ppl.

Supermarket prices for unleaded fell by 0.7ppl to 132.4ppl. The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded has fallen to 2.1ppl.

The UK has the eleventh highest petrol price in Europe and the third highest diesel price.

To view or download the full report, please click on this link

Although petrol prices have fallen slightly over the past month, the average cost remains within 3p of the record
high set in May. Diesel costs that have barely moved since the first week of September are similarly close to the
all-time peak. A 10 cent drop in the value of the pound against the dollar has negated most of the benefit of Brent
crude oil falling around $15 a barrel since hitting $126 at the start of the summer. Oil barrel price: $110.
Unleaded prices have fallen by 1.1ppl from 135.6ppl to 134.5ppl. Diesel prices have remained unchanged at
139.6ppl. The price difference between unleaded and diesel has risen to 5.1ppl.
London recorded the highest price for unleaded at 135.6ppl. Yorkshire and Humberside recorded the lowest
price for unleaded at 133.7ppl. Northern Ireland and London recorded the highest diesel price at 140.2ppl.
Yorkshire and Humberside have the cheapest diesel at 138.9ppl.
Supermarket prices for unleaded fell by 0.7ppl to 132.4ppl. The gap between supermarket prices and the UK
average for unleaded has fallen to 2.1ppl.

 

The UK has the eleventh highest petrol price in Europe and the third highest diesel price.Diesel costs that have barely moved since the first week of September are similarly close to the all-time peak. A 10 cent drop in the value of the pound against the dollar has negated most of the benefit of Brent crude oil falling around $15 a barrel since hitting $126 at the start of the summer. Oil barrel price: $110.Diesel costs that have barely moved since the first week of September are similarly close to the all-time peak. A 10 cent drop in the value of the pound against the dollar has negated most of the benefit of Brent crude oil falling around $15 a barrel since hitting $126 at the start of the summer. Oil barrel price: $110Unleaded prices have fallen by 1.1ppl from 135.6ppl to 134.5ppl. Diesel prices have remained unchanged at 139.6ppl. The price difference between unleaded and diesel has risen to 5.1ppl.London recorded the highest price for unleaded at 135.6ppl. Yorkshire and Humberside recorded the lowest price for unleaded at 133.7ppl. Northern Ireland and London recorded the highest diesel price at 140.2ppl. Yorkshire and Humberside have the cheapest diesel at 138.9ppl.Supermarket prices for unleaded fell by 0.7ppl to 132.4ppl. The gap between supermarket prices and the UK average for unleaded has fallen to 2.1pplThe UK has the eleventh highest petrol price in Europe and the third highest diesel price.To view or download the full report please click on this link.

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